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Getting Organized: Trish McEvoy Makeup Planner (Limited Edition)

 I have my eyes on a Trish McEvoy Makeup Planner for quite some time, as I do carry quite a bit of makeup with me everyday for general touching up and refreshing my face for going out after work. However, it is always the price that hold me back.

The tipping point came recently when Rachel Talbott (CheckIntheMirror) showed her pink makeup planner in her May Favourite video, that I said to myself, "OMG! I REALLY WANT ONE NOW!" So I popped down to the Trish McEvoy counter in Selfridges.

When I looked it up on Selfridges online store, they have the black patented one, which is their permanent range. But when I went at the weekend, they have this beautiful emrald green limited edition! The colour is just gorgeous! I was sold already just by the colour.

When the counter lady came over to talk me through the planner, to my surprise, the limited edition planner came with a tons of goodies!!

4 x eye shadows
A blush (iridescent pink)
A finishing powder (the white one, but it's translucent when applied to face)
A bronzer
Lip Liner (Barely There) with lip brush on the other end
Eye Primer base (Bare)
Eye Brightener
Lipgloss SPF 15 (Sexy Nude)
Lipstick (Barely There)

Also two empty spaces on the inserting page for further expansions.

I have never tried any Trish McEvoy makeup before, so it is a very good starter kit to try out their products.

I have customised it to put my own brushes in but take out products like eye primer.

Trish McEvoy's Limited Edition is always popular, and once they are gone, they are really gone! You have to be quick!

Trish McEvoy Counter at Selfridges - £115


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